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When talking to a prospective client about costs, don't be wishy-washy. You want to come across as a pro, not a shmo. So be as specific and as unsquishy about your rates as you can be.
This will make your potential customer feel more confident in you as a professional. Don't give the impression that you are making it up as you go along, by saying things like,"Uh, How does x sound?
Instead, be concrete: Say, "for the basic house wash we charge X per square foot", so a house your size is going to be X." Of course, if need be, you can always adjust your per square foot rate.
how do you bid a job, its a five story brick building, do you do it by the sq ft????? need help quick.
Will I have to bring water to the job site, or use the customers?
What do I do about all of the water run off? When using chemicals for cleaning what is the EPA laws. Does the water run into the drains, or does it run into the grass, or into the street?
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|